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Managing acidity can be a no-brainer if you know just what to eat! Here, we present to you some fabulous recipes, which help you combat acidity by smartly using appropriate alkaline ingredients. Recipes for Acidity are made using minimum oil and spices, yet taste memorably great. From drinks to snacks and main course, this wide range of recipes is sure to bring a broad smile to your face.
24 Mar 16
Musk Melon and Papaya Juice by Tarla Dalal
This snazzy orange coloured-carbohydrate rich juice is a fulfilling breakfast idea. The papaya being alkaline by nature prevents acidity and the lemon juice makes it more interesting by imparting its flavourful touch.
16 Feb 16
Papaya Mango Smoothie by Tarla Dalal
Papaya and mango are a wonderful team, which makes a great smoothie! Together they give the smoothie a beautiful reddish-orange hue and well-balanced flavour.
The best part is that both these alkaline ingredients are supposed to be good for acidity
. That m ....
15 Feb 16
Methi Koftas in Kadhi, Veg Methi Kofta Curry by Tarla Dalal
Easy to make but superlatively delicious, this kadhi plays perfect host to delectable, non-fried, methi-flavoured koftas. These unique koftas are made with flours of multiple grains, perked up with lemon juice and ginger-green chilli paste.
The koftas are steamed and not deep-fried, so they wi ....
05 Nov 15
Mint Drink by Tarla Dalal
Sip on this drink before or after meals to tame down the stomach acids!
While regular Mint Juice is also good for acidity, this version of the Mint Drink that is made of mint leaves cooked with salt, has a richer flavour that is appealing to the taste buds.
Plus, preparing it this way also ....
05 Nov 15
My Fair Lady by Tarla Dalal
This magic formula is rich in energy and protein. The addition of yoghurt makes this a delightful drink and a good source of calcium and protein too. You can try this soothing drink for a warm afternoon to chase the acidity away.
05 Nov 15
Zucchini Bajra Khichdi by Tarla Dalal
This khichdi, which innovatively combines bajra, zucchini and colourful capsicum, looks and tastes good! Bajra is highly alkaline, which makes it very effective against acidity.
The Zucchini Bajra Khichdi also goes easy on the spices and oil, making it all the more friendly to a sensitive stom ....
21 Aug 15
Kokum Sherbet by Tarla Dalal
While Kokum Sherbet mixes are easily available in the market, nothing can beat the taste, pulpy texture and pristine aroma of this fresh and natural Kokum Sherbet, prepared in your own kitchen. Jeera and black salt are perfect flavorings for this tangy drink, which has an enjoyable texture thanks to ....
26 Mar 15
Minty Green Peas and Cabbage Paratha by Tarla Dalal
It is amazing what a little innovation can result in! In this unique variant of the common phudina paratha, we have boosted the nutrient content by stuffing the mint-flavoured chapatis with loads of crunchy veggies, while reducing the calorie count by cooking the parathas using very little oil. As t ....
29 Dec 14
14 Jun 14
Kaddu Palak Ki Roti by Tarla Dalal
Hearty rotis that combine whole wheat flour with pumpkin and spinach to supply calcium to your bones in a super-tasty way!
The pumpkin and spinach not only boost the calcium content but also the flavour and texture of the roti, giving it a rustic aroma and soft, melt-in-the-mouth texture, whic ....
14 Jun 14
Methi Moong Dal Subzi by Tarla Dalal
You can eat healthily and yet enjoy some of the favourites. Here's a classic example of cooking a subzi like methi with just a teaspoon of oil for 2 people.
03 Apr 14
Egg Fry Masala by foodie #611120
It's a beautiful recipe. It bring new flavor to egg. Even egg haters would love eating this. It's a traditional dish of tamilnadiu. It's an ancient dish. The best is to eat it with rice ,chapatti.
23 Mar 13
Fada ni Khichdi ( Zero Oil Dal Chawal Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Think beyond lapsi and upma, and make a nutritious meal with broken wheat. All it requires is a little modification to the traditional khichadi… simply replace rice with broken wheat and add vegetables and dal. Broken wheat provides calcium, folic acid, fibre, iron, and other nutrients. Switch to br ....
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